Pavel Grigorievich Bunich (October 25, 1929 - October 20, 2001) - Soviet and Russian economist , People's Deputy of the USSR , corresponding member of the USSR Academy of Sciences (1970), deputy of the State Duma of the first and second convocations.
|Date of Birth||October 25, 1929|
|Place of Birth||Moscow , USSR|
|Date of death||October 20, 2001 (71 years old)|
|Place of death||Moscow |
|Citizenship||USSR → Russia|
|Awards and prizes|
Born October 25, 1929 in Moscow.
Education and research
He graduated from the Faculty of Economics of Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov in 1952, in 1955 - graduate school at the Moscow State Economic Institute (now G.V. Plekhanov Russian University of Economics ), the Sloan School of Management at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA) , worked at the Scientific financial research institute in various positions up to deputy director
From 1961 to 1964 he headed the Department of Political Economy of the Moscow Automobile and Road Institute .
- From 1965 to 1970 - head of the laboratory of the Central Economics and Mathematics Institute of the USSR Academy of Sciences .
- From 1970 to 1975 - Director of the Khabarovsk Comprehensive Scientific Research Institute, Organizing Director of the Institute for Economic Research , Member of the Presidium of the Far Eastern Scientific Center of the USSR Academy of Sciences
- From 1975 to 1990 - head of the department of the Moscow Institute of Management named after S. Ordzhonikidze .
- Since 1990 - Vice - Rector, since 1991 - First Vice-Rector of the Academy of National Economy under the Council of Ministers of the USSR (now under the President of the Russian Federation ).
In 1989, he was elected People's Deputy of the USSR from the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, was a member of the Interregional Deputy Group , was Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Economic Reform, a member of the Constitutional Commission of the Supreme Council of the USSR, was a member of the Presidium of the Inter-Parliamentary Union, a member of the USSR delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe .
Since 1990, he headed the Union of Entrepreneurs and Tenants of the USSR, transformed into the International Union in 1993, and was vice president of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs .
From 1991 to 1993, he was a member of the Supreme Consultative Coordination Council under the Chairman of the Supreme Council of the RSFSR , later the Presidential Council. In 1990-1991 he was a member of the Central Committee of the CPSU . In 1991, he joined the Political Council of the Movement for Democratic Reforms. In 1993, he became the creator and chairman of the Democratic Initiative Party. In 1996 he became a member of the Council of the socio-political movement " Our Home - Russia ". He was elected to the State Duma of the first convocation in 1993 according to the list of the “ Choice of Russia ” bloc; to the State Duma of the second convocation in 1995 as an independent candidate; In the State Duma of the Russian Federation of the second convocation, he was a member of the Council of the Our Home - Russia fraction, the chairman of the Committee on Property, Privatization and Economic Activities.
He was announced on March 1, 1995 on Channel 1 of Ostankino, Vladislav Listyev, as “tomorrow's” guest of the TV program “ Rush Hour ”.
|< ... > I say goodbye to you tomorrow, and tomorrow is rush hour for Pavel Bunich.Vlad Listev|
The program did not take place due to the fact that on the evening of this day, Leaves was killed . Bunich entered the Rush Hour program only 19 days after the murder of Listyev on March 20, 1995.
He was president of the International Congress "For the Regional Market of Eastern Europe and Asia", chairman of the Scientific and Economic Council under the Government of Moscow, member of the governing council of the public-state fund " Russian Center for Privatization ". He was an adviser to the President of the USSR M.S. Gorbachev and the President of the Russian Federation B.N. Yeltsin.
Author of a number of books and monographs on the problems of economics and national economy management.
The last years of his life he lived and worked in Moscow.
He died on October 20, 2001 . He was buried in Moscow at the Don cemetery .
His wife - Bunich (Khavina) Lyudmila Iosifovna, born in 1931 - died in the summer of 2001  . Son - Andrei Pavlovich - born in 1963, after the death of his father he headed the Union of Entrepreneurs and Tenants of Russia.
Awards and titles
- Order “For Merit to the Fatherland”, III degree ( October 22, 1999 ) - for his great personal contribution to economic reform and many years of fruitful socio-political and scientific activity 
- Order of the Red Banner of Labor ( April 20, 1990 ) - for his great contribution to the development of economic science and the training of specialists for the national economy 
- Order of the Badge of Honor
- Order of the Eagle, 1st Degree (Interregional Committee for the Awards of the Order of the Eagle)
- Doctor of Economics (since 1961 ), Professor (since 1962 )
- Academician of the Academy of Commercial Sciences (since 1992)